Provisional Programme

(Times are Indian Standard time, GMT is 5.5 hours behind)

Session #1
Friday 5th March 2021, 7:00 PM
Indian Standard time.

  • 7:00 PM – Welcome from the International Society of Nephrology.
  • 7:05 PM – Sepsis related AKI in India. Prof Vivekanand Jha, The George Institute for Global Health, India; President of the ISN
  • 7:30 PM– Nephrologists in training: Oral presentation competition session 1 (2 short presentations).
  • 7:55 PM – AKI and drugs – what should we do with the “Nephrotoxins”?? Dr Samira Bell, Consultant Nephrologist, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
  • 8:20 PM – Finding and managing acute glomerulonephritis in your hospital. Dr Raja Ramachandran, Consultant Nephrologist, PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • 8: 45 PM– Artificial intelligence in AKI – where are we? Dr Chris Laing, Consultant Nephrologist, Royal Free Hospital, London
  • 9:10 PM– close.

Session #2
Saturday 6th March 2021, 7:00 PM
Indian Standard time, 2:00 PM GMT.

  • 7:00 PM – What do we know the pathophysiology of AKI? – an update from “Understanding Kidney Diseases”. Dr Mark Thomas, Consultant Nephrologist, Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham
  • 7:25 PM – Nephrologists in training: Oral presentation competition session 2 (2 short presentations)
  • 7:50 PM – AKI and developing the electronic patient record in India – is it possible? Dr Barnali Das, Consultant in Laboratory Medicine, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai
  • 8:15 PM – Improving AKI management at a national and organisational level – lessons from the UK. Dr Richard Fluck, Consultant Nephrologist, Royal Derby Hospitals, Derby
  • 8:40 PM – AKI in critical care – an update from STARTT AKI. Dr Marlies Ostermann, Consultant Nephrologist and Intensivist, St Thomas’ Hospital, London
  • 9:05 PM – close.